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Zambian National Draughts-64 Championship

2nd Zambian National Draughts-64 Championship was held from Thursday 19  to Sunday 22 May at Heroes Lodge in Lusaka. The  national team to represent Zambia in the historical 1st African Draughts-64 Championship, which will be held from 22 to 27 July, has finally been selected. 

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Cup of Ukraine in draughts-64

Personal-team Cup of Ukraine in draughts-64 was held in Dnepr (Dnepropetrovsk) from 14 till 19 of May 2016. Competitions was held in in the premises of chess and draughts club name I.S. Urikh. Players from 11 regions of Ukraine took part in competitions. Information about the competition is available on the website Draughts in Ukraine HERE

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Meeting of the IDF Board

IDF Board Meeting took place in St. Petersburg May 5, 2016. There was a number of decisions, including the holding of Africa Championship, the World Championships in Bulgaria and the European Championship in Georgia, approved Regulations for assignment of international titles for Arbiters, approved the new international titles for players and referees. New documents published in Documents section.

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European Youth Championship

European Youth Championship in Draughts-64 was held from 20 (arrival day) to 29 (departure day) April 2016 in St. Petersburg, Russia, at hotel “Okhtinskaya”, Bolsheokhtinsky prospekt d. 4. See results.

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First French Open in draughts-64

French Federation of draughts 64-144 holds 25 and 26 June 2016 in the city of Baume-les-Dames, the first French Open in draughts-64 (Brazilian version). Competition will be held under the auspices of IDF. Information For participation, please contact with the organizers: Pascal and Sabrina MOULET [email protected]       

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Team championship of Russia

Team championship of Russia among men and women  in three program: rapid, blitz and classic was held from 8 to 15 April in Kolomna near Moscow. Teams from 20 regions of Russia took part in the competition. 

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